The college football season has hit it's midpoint, and with that, it's time to look at which prospects are moving up draft NFL boards and which ones are sliding down.
Evaluating prospects is a process and it is fluid. However, it is something that must be done on a macro level and should never be based upon knee-jerk reactions.
Fans like to bounce players up and down their own personal rankings based on individual performances, but it is obvious that this isn't how it really works at the pro level.
Just like one good game cannot propel a player into the first round, one bad game cannot drop them out of it. The concept of one's entire body of work over the course of a season is what truly matters.
Read on for a midseason stock report for some of the 2014 NFL draft's top prospects.
All stats provided by ESPN.com unless otherwise noted.